Guardianship, Child Custody and Child Support

San Antonio, Texas Child Custody/Support Attorney

Parenting Rights Lawyer

Most parents want what is best for their children but problems occur when they can’t agree on what those best interests are. Recognizing that custody battles in a divorce can have long-term effects on parents, children, and extended family, Bray, Chappell, Patterson & Olsen, Inc. works to reach settlement without trial and divorce resolution without fighting.

Is there an obvious custodial parent? Is it worth fighting a war over custody or is there a way to negotiate a rational arrangement that suits both parents? Is that arrangement one that helps the children grow into happy, productive adults? Does that arrangement allow for healthy parenting opportunities for both parents? Your family deserves legal counsel with the experience to help you reach solutions that are best for everyone. In most cases, there will be a principal residence for the child and a joint managing conservatorship that enables both parents to be involved in decision making.

The Law Offices of Bray, Chappell, Patterson & Olsen, Inc. represents clients with legal concerns throughout South Texas including but not limited to the San Antonio area including Bexar County, Comal County, Guadalupe County, Kendall County, Wilson County, Medina County, Atascosa County, Bandera County, Travis County, Hays County and cities such as San Antonio, Austin, San Marcos, Floresville, Jourdanton, New Braunfels, Boerne, Bandera, Seguin and Hondo.

Our family law firm also represents officers and enlisted personnel at Randolph Air Force Base, Lackland Air Force Base, Brooke Army Medical Center, and military installations around the world. Two of our firm’s partners, Ben Chappell and Chad Olsen have experience in the USAF Reserve Judge Advocate General Corps (JAG). Ben Chappell is retired Colonel and Chad Olsen is a Captain. Together, they have more than 30 years’ experience in military law. Combined with their Collaborative Divorce and family law experience, they are uniquely qualified to handle your military divorce or other military-related family law cases.

For more information about child custody, contact our office to speak with a qualified attorney.

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